A few weeks ago, Microsoft tested a chronicle of a Windows Store with Windows Insiders that authorised users to install Windows 10 UWP apps to Xbox One regulating their PC. The association also after followed up to supplement a new swell bar and other UI improvements to a Windows Store in both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. Today both of these changes are rolling out to ubiquitous non-insider PC and mobile users by approach of a new update.
There is still no central changelog from Microsoft, though both a new download swell bar and a choice to remotely implement Xbox One apps from PC are delivered in a chronicle 11703.1001.45.0 refurbish to a Windows Store.
As seen above, a choice to implement an app on Xbox One from a PC appears between a Install and Share buttons on an app page in a Windows Store. Only certain UWP apps that are accessible and searchable on both PC and Xbox One will have a button, and when pressed, a summary will warning users that a app is perplexing to be commissioned on Xbox One.
Also seen above, a download bar is most slimmer, and now shows a sum distance of a app, and a stream download speed. Also new is a plcae of a share button, that now sits alongside implement “install” and “launch” in a store.
The refurbish is solemnly rolling out to all users, so if we don’t see it only yet, it’s best to be studious and wait things out. But as always, once we have updated, let us know your thoughts by dropping us a criticism in a territory below.